Most Recent from YES! Magazine

Solidarity—Plus 10 Other Reasons Women Showed Up to March
by Hannah Norman
The Women’s March on Washington illustrated what a wide variety of issues women will have in the years ahead with Donald Trump.
How Somali Muslims Are Raising a 10,000-Person Anti-Hate Army
by Christopher Zumski Finke
The large refugee community in Minnesota is a big target for bigotry, and tensions are expected to get worse. But they’ve got a plan.
How to Work With Trump? Big Resistance (Really Big, The Biggest Ever)
by Sean McElwee
Opportunities for bridging partisan divides will be rare. Success for Democrats should be defined by laws and appointments denied or delayed.
Obama’s Quiet Climate Legacy: A $5 Trillion College Divestment Campaign
by Stephen Miller
Inspired by a president they propelled to office, college students have led a successful effort to pressure institutions to divest from fossil fuels.
To Women Marchers: Just Because You Don’t Feel Welcome Doesn’t Mean You Don’t Belong
by Zenobia Jeffries
Issues that impact the womanhood of any one of us—directly or indirectly—impact all of us.
How Co-ops Can Make Infrastructure Great Again
by Nathan Schneider
If the Trump administration is serious about bringing jobs and pride back to rural America, they should take a lesson from cooperatives of the 1930s.
Big Protests Are Fine, But Here’s a To-Do List for Lasting Change
by Sarah van Gelder
After the inauguration and the Women’s March on Washington, what comes next? To make real change, we’ll need to build power where we live.
If We’re Honest, We All Know Trump’s America
by Robert Jensen
Trump articulates ideas that are closer to what is considered “normal” in the United States than many of us are willing to acknowledge.
Why Your Urine Is Too Good to Waste
by Carrie Koplinka-Loehr
Almost all of the nitrogen and phosphorous we ingest comes out of our bodies — what if we could return it to the soil?
What It Looks Like When Communities Make Racial Justice a Priority
by Zenobia Jeffries, Araz Hachadourian
From conversations that heal to land trusts that fight gentrification.
Has History “Sanitized” King’s Words? Inside the Push to #ReclaimMLK Day
by Zenobia Jeffries
Organizers hope to connect today’s civil rights movements to those of the past with a week of demonstrations across the country leading up to Inauguration Day.
Nader Calls for a New 1 Percent
by Andy Lee Roth
In his latest book, the critic and activist proposes the creation and activation of a new 1 percent—one that will expose “conditions of deprivation and abuse” and champion “basic fair play.”
Post-Fascist Europe Tells Us Exactly How to Defend Our Democracy
by Timothy Snyder
Have your passports ready, watch your language, and other advice from a Yale history professor.
What It Takes to Get Women Out of Prison—and Stay Out
by Zenobia Jeffries
The rate of women in U.S. prisons is growing faster than men. But in New Orleans, one group is successfully tackling sentencing for drug use and sex work.
3 Ways Progressives Can Reconnect With Rural America
by Anthony Flaccavento
First, understand the environment is not only about climate change—it’s about livelihood for miners, drillers, loggers, and farmers like me.